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Lutheran Counseling & Family Services of Wisconsin (LCFS) is a non-profit, state licensed outpatient mental health care organization and adoption service provider serving the state for over 120 years. Our licensed therapists provide counseling to children, individuals, and families regardless of race, ethnic background, or religious affiliation. With a main office in Wauwatosa, LCFS also operates 13 satellite offices across Wisconsin. The organization which has a balanced budget of approximately $1.2M, employs a team of 27 mission-driven full-time staff and an additional group of volunteers. LCFS enjoys a positive reputation and the dedicated team is passionate about the youth and families served. Due to the retirement of the current Chief Executive Officer, Lutheran Counseling & Family Services is seeking a successor to continue in its important mission of strengthening the lives of youth and families. This is an exciting and timely opportunity for a passionate leader to build on the strength of this organization and to be an integral part of bringing about positive change. The Chief Executive Officer reports directly to the Board Chair and will have overall accountability, responsibility and authority for day-to-day operations in order to achieve the strategic objectives of the board. This includes providing strategic leadership consistent with the organization’s mission and values, promoting a positive organizational culture, effectively managing organization’s financial resources, ensuring that services provided by the organization meet the needs of youth and families, and ensuring that the organization complies with contractual and grant obligations.Contact: j Jamie Pratt of Spano Pratt Executive Search - email@example.com
Since its founding in 2014, Achieve Brown County has operated under a simple premise: those who care about our community’s young people — from parents and educators to civic, non-profit and business leaders — can accomplish more by working together than by working independently.In partnership with nearly 70 other organizations in the national StriveTogether network, Achieve Brown County continues to work to ensure that every child succeeds from cradle to career, regardless of race, income or zip code. As a backbone organization for community-led collective impact, Achieve Brown County convenes, facilitates and supports the efforts of over 100 businesses, non-profits, schools, government agencies and individual community members to create a truly equitable Brown County in which ALL young people have what they need to succeed in school, work and life. Through employing a proven community-led approach for achieving truly transformational and sustainable results, we have successfully created the conditions for collective impact that have not only positively affected over 6000 young people and led to significant improvements in five outcome areas critical to the success of all Brown County youth, but have begun to change the fundamental systems within our community that shape opportunity. Achieve Brown County’s process is founded on proven collaborative improvement methodology and organized into three pillars — categories of work that our necessary for achieving truly transformational and sustainable results:1.Shared Community Vision - Build and maintain a shared community vision and common framework for measurably improving outcomes from cradle to career.2.Evidence-Based Decision Making - collect, research, and analyze community data to paint a complete picture of what’s going on with young people and inform and guide collective decision making.3.Collaborative Action - Facilitate and support alignment on and pursuit of sustainable, collaborative action that makes the biggest difference and affects system changeThese three pillars are rooted in the StriveTogether Theory of Action™. Built on lessons from StriveTogether Cradle to Career Network members, this nationally recognized approach helps communities build and sustain the civic infrastructure necessary to improve outcomes and close gaps from cradle to career. Civic infrastructure is how a community holds itself collectively accountable and organizes to implement a cradle-to-career vision.These three pillars are rooted in the StriveTogether Theory of Action™. Built on lessons from StriveTogether Cradle to Career Network members, this nationally recognized approach helps communities build and sustain the civic infrastructure necessary to improve outcomes and close gaps from cradle to career. Civic infrastructure is how a community holds itself collectively accountable and organizes to implement a cradle-to-career vision.The Executive Director steward the ongoing implementation of a shared community vision and framework for advancing positive cradle to career outcomes and affecting systems change through community-led collective impact. He/she will be responsible for continuing to develop the infrastructure required to support the organization’s backbone activities and further enhance core service offerings while delivering exceptional levels of social impact.